What is included in your overnight experience at Camp Baboon?
• Two days free entry to Wild Place Project
• Free entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens on the day of your departure
• Free car parking at Wild Place Project and Bristol Zoo Gardens
• Organised bush craft activities lead by our Camp Baboon hosts
• A tasty two course dinner prepared by our on-site chef
• A unique evening tour through the park to see some of our animals that are most active at night
• The chance to relax and stargaze on your private deck as the night draws in
• Toast some tasty marshmallows over a crackling fire
• Time to observe foxes and other wildlife that may be roaming around the park at night
• One night’s luxury accommodation for up to four people in one of our en-suite cabins
• Private morning tour around the park with the chance to feed some of our exotic animals
What facilities does each cabin have?
• Full-sized double bed, linen and pillows
• Bunk beds (top bunk: 180 x 79cm, bottom bunk: 190 x 81cm) linen and pillows
• Table, chairs and a small bench
• Hot drink facilities
• En-suite shower, towels toilet and sink
• Electric lights and plug sockets
• Coat hooks and welly boot storage
• Some toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash and hand soap)
• Outdoor decking with seating
What time can we enter Wild Place Project?
Wild Place Project opens at 10am on the day of your arrival and you are welcome to enter the park at any time after this to make the most of your free entry. Please go to the main entrance and show the team your Camp Baboon booking confirmation upon arrival. Head to Guest Information to check-in anytime between 3pm and 4.30pm. If you are running late please give us a call and let us know on 07716123748. Please note luggage will have to be carried to Camp Baboon, which is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the main entrance.
Can we visit Bristol Zoo Gardens?
As Camp Baboon guests you will receive free entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens on your day of departure. Please collect your complimentary tickets and free car parking pass from inside the packs in your cabin. Simply show your complimentary tickets at Bristol Zoo’s main gate for free entry and display your car park pass clearly on your dashboard. It should take approximately 20-30 minutes to drive from Wild Place Project to Bristol Zoo Gardens.
Where is Camp Baboon located within Wild Place Project?
Camp Baboon is approximately 10 minutes walk from the main entrance to Wild Place Project. It is located next to our British Ancient Woodland, situated just behind Gelada Rocks. The camp area is defined by fences and gates and guests have full access to this area for the duration of their stay.
How far away are the nearest toilets?
Each cabin has its own luxury en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and sink unit.
Will there be Wild Place Project staff onsite throughout the night?
There will be hosts available throughout your stay at camp baboon, with a dedicated night host throughout the night. They will be on call at all times in case of an emergency.
Will the dinner and breakfast be able to cater for vegetarians and those with allergies?
Yes, there will be a vegetarian option available. We also offer a range of gluten-free products upon request. If you have any allergen enquiries, please ask a member of our team. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the cross contamination is minimal within our kitchens, circumstances may arise which are out of our control and could alter the accuracy of the allergen information provided. We would therefore recommend that you do not rely solely on this information. This does not affect your statutory rights. Please call us on 0117 428 5600 or email email@example.com at least 1 week prior to your stay if one or more of the following applies to your booking:
• Any special requirements i.e. dietary requirements or medical conditions.
• Guests who are vegetarians, or have gluten, nut or other allergies.
• Any health concerns, including learning, mobility or physical disabilities.
• The purchaser is not one of the guests on the Camp Baboon experience (we need to know the name of at least one guest coming along on the night).
What about disabled or visually impaired guests?
Regretfully our Camp Baboon cabins do not have disability access. Here at Wild Place Project we have tried to keep our paths and woodland walks as natural as possible. Some areas are not accessible to wheelchairs. We will do everything we can to help accommodate wherever possible, so please call us on 0117 428 5600 to discuss potential options. Please view our full accessibility statement below:
Be prepared for all weather.
The Camp Baboon experience is informal and relaxed, so there is no need to dress up. We would recommend wearing comfortable and warm clothing, suitable for the forecasted weather. It can become very cold at Wild Place Project late at night, particularly in the winter months, so a warm coat, raincoat or umbrella and lots of layers are advised. There is also a evening tour on foot through the park after dinner – we would recommend wearing comfortable walking boots, wellies or sensible shoes for this as it may be dark. We will supply you with a torch for the walk so please do not bring your own.
Is there a licensed bar?
You can purchase soft drinks, wine, beers and other alcoholic beverages at dinner. We therefore ask that you do not bring your own alcohol. Cash, credit and debit cards are accepted.
If you have any other questions please call us on 0117 428 5600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.